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George MacDonald and his wife

Greville Macdonald

George MacDonald and his wife

by Greville Macdonald

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Published by Lincoln Mac Veagh, The Dial press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • MacDonald, George, -- 1824-1905 -- Marriage.,
  • MacDonald, Louisa Powell, -- 1822-1902 -- Marriage.,
  • Authors, Scottish -- 19th century -- Biography.,
  • Authors" spouses -- Scotland -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Greville Macdonald, M. D., with an introduction by G. K. Chesterton, twenty-eight illustrations.
    GenreBiography.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination575 p.
    Number of Pages575
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22917132M

    quotes from George MacDonald: 'To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved.', 'I would rather be what God chose to make me than the most glorious creature that I could think of; for to have been thought about, born in God's thought, and then made by God, is the dearest, grandest and most precious thing in all thinking.', and 'Certainly work is not always required of . Following his service, he started working for the Carlisle Journal where he met his wife, Kathleen. His daughter, Caro Fraser, is also a novelist. George MacDonald Fraser’s first novel was Flashman, published in His final novel was a standalone novel, entitled The Reavers, which was published in Below is a list of George MacDonald.

    The Heart of George MacDonald: A One-Volume Collection of His Most Important Fiction, Essays, Sermons, Drama, and Biographical Information George MacDonald Regent College Publishing / / Trade Paperback. George MacDonald and His Wife by MacDonald, Greville and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

      As far as I know, MacDonald’s own marriage was happy—he and his wife had 11 living children, and she accompanied him on lecture tours—but Phantastes was written after they had been married. George MacDonald was a Scottish poet, author, and lecturer who wrote many novels, religious texts, and books of poetry. His most lasting impressions include The Princess and The Goblins, At The Back Of The North Wind, Phantastes, and Lilith.


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George MacDonald and His Wife by Greville MacDonald (Author), G. Chesterton (Introduction) out of 5 stars 2 ratingsCited by: George MacDonald & His Wife by Greville MacDonald This book is in the pulic domain and has been digitized by Google and put in the PDF format /5.

George Macdonald and his wife, [Greville Macdonald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. : George MacDonald and His Wife (): Greville MacDonald: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in.

While Greville lacks the critical edge of George MacDonald's most recent biographer William Raeper (who published _George MacDonald_ in ), Greville's wholehearted, if uncritical, tribute to his beloved father is important in that it anticipates C.S.

Lewis's upholding of George MacDonald as ideal father figure and spiritual mentor.5/5(2). “Phantastes” is a novel by George MacDonald that was published in the year It starts on the day after Anodos turns twenty-one. He finds an old fairy lady (which he finds out could be his grandmother) in a desk.

George MacDonald: Life, Works, Legacy. I was years-old the first time I saw the name George appeared in C.S. Lewis'Surprised by Joy (). It didn't make an impression initially, but as I read Lewis more, MacDonald's name became unavoidable.

Lilith is a fantasy novel by Scottish writer George MacDonald, first published in It was reprinted in paperback by Ballantine Books as the fifth volume of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series in September Lilith is considered among the darkest of MacDonald's works, and among the most profound.

It is a story concerning the nature of life, death, and : George MacDonald. Also features books inspired by George MacDonald. Rare vintage editions from the s, plus our unique Scots-English editions, with MacDonald's original text side by side with English translations for passages featuring Scottish brogue.

George MacDonald and his Wife, London,First edition. sold out. Search all the content. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macdonald, Greville, George Macdonald and his wife.

London, G. Allen & Unwin [] (OCoLC) George Macdonald and his wife, by Greville Macdonald, M. D., - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital Library.

One of them is the biography he wrote of his parents called--George MacDonald and His Wife--which appeared at the George MacDonald Centenary Celebration in The other is a very complex work titled: The Religious Sense in its Scientific Aspect which appeared in and was dedicated to his father.

George MacDonald is famous for his poignant fairy tales and fantasy novels. He was a great inspiration to many writers of his time including C. Lewis, who wrote "Picking up a copy of Phantastes one day at a train-station bookstall, I began to read.

The Flashman Papers is a series of novels and short stories written by George MacDonald Fraser, the first of which was published in The books centre on the exploits of the fictional protagonist Harry is a cowardly British soldier, rake and cad who is placed in a series of real historical incidents between and While the incidents and much of the.

George Macdonald and his wife. [Greville Macdonald] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Louisa Powell MacDonald; George MacDonald: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Greville Macdonald.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Phillips’ foray into publishing began when his wife fell pregnant and he decided to write a book not only detailing her joys and trials during that time but also the birth of their twin sons.

But his true passion was always George Macdonald. Phillips discovered the author in the s. If you have little people in your life read them this parable and if the have they the ears to hear, you help will set them on the road to freedom from self. There is no mystery surrounding George Macdonald's motivation for writing what he does.

Jesus is the theme of his life and writings. Introducing Jesus to his readers is his : Greville MacDonald, George MacDonald and his Wife, London: *George Allen & Unwin, (republished by Johannesen ISBN ; George MacDonald Selections From His Greatest Works, compiled by David L.

Neuhouser, published by Victor Press ISBN ; William Raeper, George : 10 DecemberHuntly. G.K. Chesterton's Introduction to George MacDonald and His Wife (by Greville M. MacDonald. ) Certain magazines have symposiums (I will call them 'symposia' if I am allowed to call the two separate South Kensington collections 'musea') in which persons are asked to name 'Books that have Influenced Me', on the lines of 'Hymns that have Helped Me'.

Greville MacDonald ( in Bolton – ), was the son of influential fantasy writer George MacDonald and his wife Louisa (née Powell). He has provided some interesting insights into his father's life and circle of friends.

Greville was a notable ear, nose and throat doctor. George Macdonald, after a long illness, died at Ashstead, Surrey, England on 18 September, His remains were cremated and they were taken to his beloved Bordighera for interment alongside his wife. A memorial to George MacDonald has been erected in the Drumblade Churchyard, Aberdeenshire.Overall, this is an excellent, comprehensive look into the life and thought of George MacDonald.

My only minor issue with it is in Phillips' approach. His desire was for MacDonald's writings to speak on his behalf.

This results in frequent multiple-paragraph, even multiple-page quotes from MacDonald's books.4/5.C. S. Lewis's chapter on Eros in his book The Four Loves is an excellent discussion of love and sex. (p. ) Raven's comments are much more straightforward than the verses.

He tells Vane that God had brought him (he is Adam) an angel to be his wife.